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marin city transit center has seen robberies recently. so what is the sheriff's office doing about it. a deadly crash in santa cruz is now a crime investigation. the reason police believe the fatal accident was deliberate. and a review is scheduled today in response to a fatal shooting which spurred an out- of--scroll scuffle last -- out of control scuffle last saturday night.
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well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong. tori campbell is off. commuters who ride the bus in marin city are being told to be on the lookout after a series 6 robberies. ktvu's kraig debro is live with how authorities are responding to this increase in violence. >> reporter: good morning. we're actually at the san rafael transit hub, but in talking with people here up eight miles to the south here is not unique at all. it can happen here in san rafael, as it has, over the past now years. i talked to a security guard, a private security guard, i also talked with an official at golden gate transit. i talked with officials. they say they know about the problem. we're at the -- they say they know about the problem at the
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security hub. over the past few weeks we've seen a lot of robberies down at that very city transit center. there have been four. the first one started on june 26th. there was an armed robbery -- unarm 9 robbery, i should say -- unarmed robbery, i should say. they didn't get away with anything because the victim fought back. june 26th an assault. a cell phone was taken. at 8:30, june 29th. there was an assault. a wallet was taken. and then july 2nd, an armed -- an armed robbery, a cell phone, backpack was taken. >> the sherr 6 says they are issuing a -- sheriff says they are issuing a warning. that warning says if you are getting off the bus or coming on the bus, you should be aware of your surroundth, avoid contact with strangers and walk in group -- and walk 234 groups
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if possible. punish -- and walk in groups if possible. now, we're gonna make our way down to the marin city transit hub after this. we'll also talking to people who take the transit as well as the private security company who monthers this -- monitors 24 center. back to you. >> thank you, kraig. orinda police are trying to spread the word about a recent spike in day-time home robberies this. is surveillance video trying to use a bankcard stole important a home. burglars are targeted unoccupied homes, oftentimes by knock on the door first. police are asking people to be vigilant. well, it was a close call for a mother and her baby girl pulled from an early-morning apartment fire in san pablo.
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it happened at the hilltop apartments on crescent drive. the woman fell asleep while cooking and that activated the sprinkler system. when firefighters arrived, they treated her and her infant for smoke infallation. the committee will meet and discuss last week's deadly shooting. jade hernandez joins us with more following a rowdy protest that disrupted b.a.r.t. trains. >> reporter: dave, officials say those who participated in this, participated -- in this shooting last week, participated in unresponsible behavior. charles hill, this man was shot after refusing to comply with officer orders. dozens of protesters split off
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causing huge delays for passengers trying to get home. ktvu was the only station to bring you live pictures as this station unfolded during the commute. our cameras showed a scuffle that broke out between passengers and a frustrated driver. at that point, police in riot gear arrived and forced people back. >> i just want to go home. i guess they have a right. [ inaudible ] >> we want to see that organization gone. we feel like they are not fit to run a policing agency and we want to see them disanded -- disbanded. >> reporter: on the same day of yesterday's protest despite demonstrators demanding b.a.r.t. police disarm its officers, b.a.r.t.'s new independent auditor announced 5 meeting in oakland to -- a meeting tonight
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in oakland. the audi ter's job -- auditor's job was to ensure the jobs are being conducted with integrity an honesty -- integrity and honesty. back to you. >> thank you, jade. we have more information at look for the b.a.r.t. shooting tab. 7:06. the family of an orinda teen who was buried in a sand tunnel, yesterday, doctors performed a tracheotomy for breathing and a gastry ottmy for breathing. his father says on the family website, the surgery went well and he had begun to open his eyes yesterday morning. 7:06. new this morning, hundreds of
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children with special needs will not get to go to summer camp this year. that's after a san jose-based nonprofit shut down without meeting. the mercury news reports that the diabetes society sent out an e-mail to parents on june 24th. they said the remaining summer camps are now cancelled. parents say they were told they could try to apply 20 get a e-- to get a refund. or just write off the registration knees as a donation. 7:07. there's a story coming up about gay teens who have been pushed to the boundaries but we'll eight get to that in just a moment. also talking about the light bulb situation in congress today. congress will be debating whether you should be able to use whatever type of light bulbs you want. some republicans say it's a freedom of speech law. that he will be debating that law blatter -- later today. we'll have more on 245 from washington. a wrong-way driver from santa cruz is being charged for
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intentionally slamming into someone head-on and killing them. highway patrols say they have determined that the 29-year-old drove the wrong way on highway 1 monday afternoon on purpose. witnesses say they saw him swerving in an effort to hit someone. the woman he hit died at the scene. there's no motive, officers say, that it appears the woman was randomly selected. sal? >> we don't have a lot going on in the traffic world but we have slowdowns. i will show you -- i will just show you the scam raws from the network. look at the welcome back, it's backed up. if you look over to the left there, there is not a lot of slowing at the 880 ramp coming down. if you are driving there, there are no major issues. once you get on the bridge. let's take a look at easter is -- east shore traffic as you are coming out of contra costa
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county. we are getting slowdowns in richmond. this morning on interstate 880, it's a nice and drive northbound and southbound, past the coliseum with no major issues getting to the oakland international airport. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. in the last 24 hours there have been a lot of -- lot of reports of drizzle. had a tweak from meggy. she said what the heck is going on? well, a big, strong system has moved in. we had two systems make it down there in june. you but the end result for sus we get a lot of low clouds for this time of year. the low is not going anywhere until probably thursday when it ejects out or even friday. it will be 5 slow process. so by the coast, low clouds, drizzle. hangs on for a long time like it did yesterday.
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now, inland areas it -- it burns off. low clouds around the bray and then breezy as well. but low clouds getting helped along by a weak system everybody's stuck. from travis to vacaville, so the delta breeze is in full spring and you can see how the system -- first part of the system right there. that's going 20 continue to enhance that fog. so following -- cooling inland continues. we are iv in the 50s for many on the coast -- we are already in the 50s for many on the coast. extremely cool for this time of year. inland areas will probably bottom out or set 8 down in the 70s, mid-70s for areas that were near 100 degrees. cool for july and temperatures, they are running about 10 to 15 degrees below average for 24 time of year.
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time now, 7:14. the half brother of hamid karzai is dead.
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ahmed wali karzai seen her from a couple of years ago was assassinated. officials say it was a trustworthy associate who went to his house to get him to sign some papers. he shot him. the man was shot and killed by carzy's bodyguards. he has survived several previous assassination attempts. we're now hearing that the cia ran a phony vacscation program in pakistan where osama bin laden was hiding to get dna evidence proving he was there. "the new york times" says the pakistani can doctor who ran the programs had temporary access to the program but never saw osama bin laden himself. the doctor arnt apparently was not able -- the doctor apparently was not able to get samples. that doctor has been arrested now. in bane gla dish --
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bangladesh, students are dead after a bus accident. 15 children made it out alive. the u.s. house in washington votes today on the kind of light bulbs you will be able to use. the republicans want to pass a law from a couple of years ago that requires more energy- efficient bulbs. >> reporter: dave, the battle cry for republicans is to save traditional light bulbs. they say the federal requirement that bulbs be more energy efficient is too expensive for consumers and an example of government going too far. but democrats are pushing back. they say the new, compact, flores ent l.e.d. bulbs will -- fluorescent led lull bees will protect the
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country from pollution. >> it saves the need to construct 30 cold-fired plants over the next 20 years in the united states. >> reporter: the repeal measure requires a two-thirds vote and insiders say even if it passes a house today, the prospects in the senate are dim. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. all right. time now, 7:16. president obama and congressional leaders will meet again today. as they struggle to reach a deal, this will be the third day in a row the group has met at the white house. a 90-minute session today produced no significant progress. republicans and democrats remain far apart with each side blaming each other for the impact. >> i'm prepared to take on significant heat from my heart to get something done and i suspect the other side should
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be willing to do the same thing if they need the same thing. >> what i want to do is what is in the best interest of the country. but it takes two to tango and they are not there yet. >> president obama says the group will meet every day. >> they reach an an agreement. they face an august 2 -- august 2nd deadline. one of the jurors in the casey anthony trial is getting death threats and has moved out of florida. a lot of people are angry the jury acquitted casey anthony. the juror known as number 12 lived in fear fearing her attackers would attack her. she moved to michigan. jurors say they feel the verdict was the fault of the prosecution. the judge plans 20 release the names of the jurors after a cooling-off period. this year's marine corps ball is gonna be a star-fudded -- star-studded event for one very lucky man.
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>> i just want to take a moment out of my day and rewind you about the marin corps ball -- remind you about the marine corps ball. he posed and asked an actress to go with him. there's justin timberlake. after getting encouragement from her friends, like justin timberlake, she gave her answer. >> this needs to happen. do it for your country. >> i will do it for you. >> do it for your country. >> for you, the country. >> there you go. she's gonna go. the marine corps ball will be held on november 18th in north carolina. a heat wave in the midwest and south is spreading to the east coast. 23 states and washington, d.c. are now under heat advisory. the extreme heat has already
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proven dangerous. california college students could soon be digging deeper. both the csu systems are gonna vote on the hikes. coming up, pam cook will tell us how high tuition could go and when decisions will be made. 7:19. some of -- some of those popular energy drinks are being targeted by california lawmakers. the next step they are taking to get them off store shelves. an event nearly calls from the -- and a fan nearly falls from the stands. have some quick-thinking saved him from the hard landing. good morning. traffic is -- traffic on highway 4 is an improvement.
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one step closer to being banned in california. yesterday, the state assembly approved a bill banning the import to production, distribution or sale of alcoholic beverages laced with caffeine. critics say the drinks are aimed at young people and make it too easy to drink too much. 7:22. new reports this morning that the nfl lockout may end soon. more meetings are set for today in new york. the -- there is the commissioner, roger goodell, reportedly, the a deal -- a deal will be reached that can be ratified during the meetings next week. a looking pay scale as well as revenue sharing have been the main sticking point. snowe of. pretty scary moments during yesterday's all-star game. a fan trying to get the home run almost fell out of the
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stands. look at the circle there. now, milwaukee's prince fielder hit that ball, he hit it into the seats. one of the stands keith, tried to reach it, catch the ball, and went head first over the railing. friends caught him. he was readed for a -- headed for a really hard landing. but friends grabbed him. you can 10 how close he came to really -- you can see how close he came to really falling. that fall came the same day the funerals was held for the fan who fell over the railing at during the texas -- during the texas rangers game. let's go to sal. >> we're doing okay if you are driving in many areas. i want to let you know that traffic on highway 4 is busy over the grade and busy 234
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antioch. after yesterday's commute, we had a lot of people stuck in very slow traffic because of some police activity -- police activity. today is more like a normal commute. also the morning drive at the bay bridge toll plaza is getting much busier. it's backed up for about a 15- minute wait. although if you look at 880, it's not all that bad. you will see some slow traffic there. this is a look at -- we mentioned contra costa county highway 4. looking at 680 it doesn't look too bad. westbound 230. northbound 238, near 880 is a crash. there is a new crash aren'ted in hayward. there is a crash at 880 tennessee. we'll update that crash for you next time. let's go to steve. >> there's a few breaks in the clouds. but not much. in fact, almost everybody says cloudy to mostly cloudy. a lot of drizzle. san francisco, oakland, maybe r
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you -- maybe where you live, temperatures aren't going very far. south wind at santa rosa is cool. southwest san jose, west- southwest, 22 at fairfield. you can thank or blame that big low right there spinning off portland. that's what has caused our temperatures 20 plum -- plum? slum a nice restaurant in oakland. i -- plum is a nice restaurant in oakland. i meant plunge. 50s, 60s or 70s. 78 in antioch. yes. that's it. that's it. 78 in morgan hill. cool breeze, a lot 6 night and morning -- cool breeze. a lot 6 night ones. the crash that sent an suv
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the chp says a mote rit was walking on that road -- motorist was walking on the road and the car hit the person. the person is dead. the chp is investigating. a bay area mother is facing possible dui charges after her surf smashed right into a san mateo fire station. it happened about 11:00 last night at fire station 27 on deanza boulevard. now, the surf -- now, look here, finally stopped after completely pushing in the garage door. then this ambulance rushed the mother to the hospital. her teenaged daughter was also in the suv but she bass not hurt. this morning, american canyon police are looking for a man suspected 6 breaking into a home. it happened around 5:30 this morning on marla drove.
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a woman said she woke up and saw a man stabbing in her bedroom -- standing in her bedroom. he ran away and stole some possible and the police got fingerprint evidence. an autistic boy is back home. he was reported missing from his home at 6:30 a.m. from his san jose home. friends and family made fliers and began to search the neighborhood immediately. >> very scary. i know if this happened to my family i would want them to pitch in and help out. >> his name says garza wanted to meet some 6 his favorite -- some of his favorite television stars. getting ready for college here in california? well, get ready to pay more. trustees are expected to vote today on a proposed 12% tuition
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hike. if approved, the hike would cost a full-time undergraduate an additional $294 per semester. that means the annual tradition would be more than $5500 for california state university. it's not clear if the increase would go into effect in the fall or next spring. and on thursday, the university of california regents are scheduled to vo on a fee hike if the 9.6% tuition is prove -- approved, the total would be climb to $12 system 200 a year -- $12,200 a year. the outgoing president earned $299,000 a year from university. the chancellor wants the new president to get $350,000 a year. claudine? >> thank you, pam.
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7:32. a dramatic expansion of stan fort's medical center has been -- stanford's medical center has been given final approval. last night's vote comes after stanford agreed to relocate a day ford center. the settlement with parents promises to stop construction in thele center can be used. well, the university of high wa is willing 20 pay $37,000 for a good tweet. the university's business school is offering a if you -- is offering a full schoolership for the student who can wright the best 148-eight word essay about why he or she wants to go to college. kentucky fried chicken has been offering a $20,000 scholarship for using twitter. it received nearly 000 entries last year. 7:33. a suisun city man has died
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following a fight at a weekend party. the 46-year-old man was pronounced dead sunday afternoon. the solano county man fell and hit his head. former foster city councilman ron cox has died. he was 61 years old. he 4 been struggling with de -- he had been struggling with de -- with declineing health with diabetes. at the time of his death he was an active member of the city's planning commission. he is survived by his wife and three children. a memorial service is scheduled for 1:30 friday at the central peninsula church in foster city. a church for a san anselmo man in maui has been suspended.
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they say he was knocked into a blowhole on saturday afternoon. this is youtube video we found. the search was called off last night after three days. rescuers faced challenging conditions including rough waters and poor visibility. pots was on vacation with his wife and baby. >> well, today a rally will be held in short of deshaun harmen. he's the man who is -- marman. he's the man who made national news for getting kicked off a plane for wearing baggy points. on june 15th, the 20-year-old was removed from the u.s. airways plane because of his sagging pants. according to the pilot, he refused to pull up his pants. today's rally will be held on the steps of city hall. a richmond woman accused of taking more than $100,000 is to
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rent her apartment has apparently skipped down. they say she was expected to make a plea deal last month which would have included restitution to the victims. she never showed up -- showed up to three court hearing. she advertised her apartment on craigslist and accepted deposits from about 20 people. jaycee dugard's memoir "a stolen life" is on sale today. but not everyone wants to hear her story. ilene misheloff disappeared under similar congresses -- under similar circumstances. >> every day without her is -- is a struggle. >> in her book, dugard describes the 18 years spent in the backyard of phillip garrido's antioch home. she said she didn't want to keep anything a secret even detailing how he rained her and
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delivered her -- raped her and delivered her two children. nearly two dozen firefighters are debting their -- are getting their jobs back. the $15 million grant allows the firefighter to fill 49 positions. the department says it will fill the remaining 2 openings with transfers -- 27 openings with transfers. let's go to sal. >> we have some slow traffic getting up to highway 17. the slow traffic is actually filtering out to the downtown senator san jose area. you as -- as you can see. 280 right near bird avenue. there is a big line at the toll plaza, about a 15-minute wait.
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let's go to the western contra costa county map. contra costa has slow traffic and here in walnut creek as we circle the area, getting down to alamo. 580 greenville west there is a crash there. 7:37. let's go to steve. all right, sal. thank you. we do have -- well, extensive fog out there. temperatures will continue to be very well. i was just looking at it, so if you like the cool this is your week. no doubt about is -- about it. very cool this week. in fact it's gonna get cooler for inland. we may have upper 60s for some
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inland area highs as we get towards thursday. slightly warmer toward the weekend. there's no sign of any barmup. that's even suspect as we head towards the -- towards early next week. the system rotating around, right there. that weak system will come in and the proclouds might produce low level clouds. after it burns off, if it does, it's sunny and blustery at times. the low clouds which a couple of days ago were around 500,000. now they -- 500,000 feet. now they have no problem flying. everyone coast, bay, inland, the first signs of the images are coming in. west west, 22 at fairfield.
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southwest 6 at vacaville. oakland, con ordinary, breezy, plus ter i -- concord, breezy. we are way below average. there's no sign of any change. low clouds, fog, then sun but very breezy to windy at times. way too high for the inland. 50s, 60s, 70s. i did go with one up to clearlake. i think after tomorrow there will only be sents. only -- there will only be 70s. four a.i.d.s. drugs will be made by generic
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manufacturers. a smooth gay teen dies after a -- a north bay teen dice after a weekend sleepover her. the important talk parents are being asked to have with their kids.
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the labor did the just issued a job report. employers advertising 3 million jobs in may. that's the same amount in april
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and it's down for march. for every job opening there's almost five people on average competing for the position. there is a job fair today for workers in all types of fields look for fields. the sf hire event will have recruiters from deposits like prudential insurance, the u.s. minute, and consumer crediting counseling services. 7:44. new reports apple is losing one of its chief legal's officers, apple's patent attorney is leaving the company. richard lutten junior has legal actions against google and htc. just last month, apple lost a major league battle against nokia. apple is saying nothing about those reports. the obama administration now has ten days to say whether it plans 20 appeal a court ruling prohibiting the enforcement of don't ask, don't
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tell. san francisco's ninth circuit court of appeals delivered that order yesterday. president obama has already signed a repeal of the ban but that repeal doesn't take effect until 60 days after the pentagon says that military readiness will not be affected by ending that policy. pakistani intelligence says three u.s. drone attacks killed 38 suspected taliban fighters in northwest pakistan in a 12- hour period overnight. the attacks followed the obama administration's suspension of more than a third of u.s. military aid to pakistan. this is an indication the white house does not intend to stop the unmanned drone program which has been a source of tension with pakistan. in syria, angry mobs attack the american embassy. demonstrators burned the american flag you see them there. they ripped the letters off the embassy building. this follows after the
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ambassador criticized the political uprising there. and secretary of state, hillary clinton, condemned the industry attack. if anyone including president asad thinks the united states is secretly hoping the regime will emerge from this turmoil to continue this brutality and oppression, they are wrong. >> now. demonstrators loyal to the president and the syrian target also targeted the french embassy. it's believed there are angry about a visit to an opposition city last week. 7:46. vallejo city council meets tonight with local american indian tribes -- indian trains trying to settle a protest. the city wants to build a park at glencoe native american burial site. for three months they've occupied the site trying to block the construction. the meeting is tonight he behind closed doors. city recreation officials will meet on thursday to discuss
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whether to move forward or scale down the project. alcohol poisoning is likely the cause of death for the 14- year-old girl who died during a sleepover. she hosted three homes at her friend near santa rosa saturday night. she drank some vodka and did not wake up until the next morning -- and didn't wake up, rather, the next morning. public officials are calling on parents to talk with kids about underaged drinking. >> the more -- the more parents talk about this to their kids and the dangers, the less likely teens are use to -- teens are to use alcohol. oakland residents are also getting help. rezs living with broken doors,
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roaches -- residents living with broken doors, roaches, they say is neglecting. >> if i make mistake, i apologize. i try my best. i'm a human being. >> now, oakland city attorneys have stepped into this, ms. gardner has been ordered to aan $80,000 fine -- to pay an $80,000 fine. the building she owns will be put up for sale. she will neverrable able to own another apartment building in the city. and the tenants don't have to pay rent until the repairs are made. a man leads police on this wild chase in southern california. the dramatic ending -- after almost an hour on the road.
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the city 6 oakland is hoping a new contest can boost its image. the contest is called "i choose oakland." residents and business owners were asked to hand in photos and videos showing why they
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choose to call oakland home. city officials say the contest will show others the good things about life in oakland. ♪ >> this is a way to have the people who have hardly chosen oakland either as a place to live, a place to invest, a place to do business, to own a shop, to hear firsthand from those folks about what makes oakland tick for them. >> now, about 100 photos and seven videos are open for judging. two winners will get airfare tickets so they can fly in their -- fly their friends into oakland. now, the winners will be announced next month. you can actually help out and decide. just about to the channel 2 website, go the right now section and get more information. a judge in sacramento has refuse to the dismiss a lawsuit against former governor arnold schwarzenegger over a reduced prison term handed down to the son of fabian nunez. back in 2008, his son was
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sentenced to 16 years in prison for his role in the stabbing death of luis santos of concord. now, before leaving office, schwarzenegger reduced his sentence to certain years. the santos family is suing governor arnold schwarzenegger saying this violated their rights. and it appears arnold schwarzenegger moving forward and focusing on his acting career. he will reportedly start filming a movie in september called "last stand." schwarzenegger signed back on for production after dropping out to work out family issues. he and maria sh viver are in the diddle of -- maria shriver are in the middle of a divorce. a chp officer, there you see it, rammed into the surf causing it to roll over. police say the driver was driving without headlights and when they try to the pull him
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over, that's what happened. they used to a pipe strip but he apparently -- strike strip but he apparently kept going. hopefully, nothing too dramatic like that on our roots, sal. >> fortunately, not. but we have some activity. at the bay bridge, we have the big backup that's usually there. it's become a little bit busier now as you drive to the area. if you are driving into san francisco i'd wait for -- well, if you can, some people can't wait. if you wait for a little bit longer, this backup may improve unless there's 5 crash. that's always the risk factor. you wait too long and then all of a sudden, it gets better. and then there's a reck. northbound 880 passing the coliseum that looks pretty good, driving to the downtown oakland area with no issues. i want to move the stops -- maps to the south bay.
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i notice 82 -- 280 is messy. 101 is not better. you can see it's slow there. moving along to the bum darr ten bridge -- dumb bar ten bridge. you'll have to be waiting there. this morning on the nimitz freeway southbound most of it is below 35 miles an hour, that whole trip. so this apparently is not a vacation week for most people. a very good morning for most. you had the warm weather. and then you wanted the cool weather. be careful what you wish for. we may only have upper 60s for some inland highs that were near 100 degrees a week ago. west-southwest wind all the way out to the delta and i mean even sacramento valley, getting a sea breeze. south wind or a west-southwest. it's there. 50s for everybody here. 52 san jose, one of the warmest at 58. there's some sun down there.
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there a lot of low clouds around the bay and the strong low settling into oregon is influencing our weather big time. low clouds, sun, is drizzle. the nighttime is the right time for drizing -- drizzle and low clouds. 60s, 70s, and that will do it with temperatures today as they continue to take a drop. in fact, they will continue to go down over the next few days. maybe by thursday. i might be too warm on some 6 those 74 boss but my forecast area is all of northern california, it seems and they'll we warmer weather as we head to the weekend. still to come -- the latest on an overnight crash into a peninsula fire station. we'll show you the aftermath.
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>> reporter: we're now down here to the marin transit city. the hub -- according to mary, from the highway transportation district, this is the second highest ranked in the count -- county. sheriffs are warning passengers about safety tips. the sherr 6's office has increased patrols in the area of the bus stop on donahue street near here and behind the gate weigh shopping senter. -- center. 69-year-old man was victimized. three men with a gun walked up to him and robbed him of his
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wallet. we talked to a private security agency. >> it's not like that down there. it's somewhat isolated down there. you don't get a whole lot of people going in and out of there so that could be a problem, especially at night. >> if you look at the -- four of the robberies or attempted robberies, excluding the one -- a lot of them at night, most of them at night, the one in the morning here. it seems that at any time of the day, this could happen. by the way, there was a sherr 6's office around up the -- sheriff's office up the street and around the corner. according to mary curry, this
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is their jurisdiction. they have to watch what's going on. she also said they've told drivers and made them aware of the situation and asked them to keep an eye out. reporting live from marin city, coveragedy bro, -- kraig debro, ktvu channel 2 news. well, in a few minutes there will be a meeting on the butte shooting. jade hernandez dash -- on the b.a.r.t. shooting. jade hernandez has more. >> reporter: at the focus, the shooting right here. protesters gathered last night saying they were outraged over the shooting of a man by b.a.r.t. police. what began as a peaceful demonstration turned differently and this caused huge delays for those wanting to get home. ktvu was the only station to
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bring you live coverage. eventually our cameras showed a scuffle which broke out between scufflers. police showed up in riot gear. at least one person was arrested. the outrage is over the death of this man, charles hill. b.a.r.t. police say he was armed with a knife and a broken battle -- bottle an refused to -- and reap fused to comply with records -- refuse to the comply with orders. b.a.r.t.'s chief would not comment but the spokesman did. >> i add ministered the program. it's dash add ministered -- administered the program. it's right of speech and -- [ inaudible ash ] >> reporter: on the same day of yesterday's protest, the independent auditor reviewed
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police action. a member board was conducted to ensure the investigations are conducted with integrity and honesty. that meeting is skeled in oakland. we'll be there and bring you an update at noon. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. we have more video of yesterday's b.a.r.t. protest as well as more information on the b.a.r.t. police sheeting. it's all on the website. sul you -- all you have to do is look for the b.a.r.t. shooting tab. the families of the seven bay area fishermen mixing in mexico, tell us a u.s. dive team is on stand by. it's been nine days now since the boat they were on sank during a sudden storm. one bay area man is confirmed dead. three dozen others survived many by swimming for 16 hours to get to remote islands. a former california school official says a gay teenage ershot and killed three years ago made sexually inappropriate
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comments to other students. joy told jurors that she warned 15-year-old larry king. he was making things hard for him by dressing in high-heeled boats -- boots an wearing makeup. one -- one student killed him. his attorney said he was upset about his unwelcomed sexual advances. police in orinda are trying to spread the word about the spike in daytime robberies. 24 is surveillance of a man trying to use a bankcard stole 7 from a home in orinda. police say burglars are targeting unoccupied doors. if somebody answered door they pretent they are making a -- pretent they were making a delivery to aun known neighbor. if they are not home, they usually kick the doors in. police are advises all residents ares to be care
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until. police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who shortly -- who hit a pedestrian. witnesses say a a dark-colored suv hit a woman and drove off into oakland. the victim being treated for severe injuries. if you have any information, called emeryville police department. a wrong way driver 234 santa cruz is being charged with intentionally slamming into someone head on and killing them. highway patrol officers say they've determined that 29-year- old eric weirs drove the wrong way on purr moss. witnesses say they saw him swerving in an effort to hit somebody. a very close call for a mother and her baby daughter. the fire started at about 2:00
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a.m. at the hilltop commons apartment on crestwood drive he. firefighters say the mother fell asleep while she was cooking. her apartment quickly filled up with smoke. that triggered the fire alarm something. both were treated for smoke inhalation. new this morning, hundreds of children with special needs will not get to go to summer court. this after a san jose nonprofit shut -- shutdown without wornsh what -- warning. the -- without warning. parents tell the newspaper they were told they could try to apply for a refund or write off the 600 to 700 registration fees at a donation. well, today lawmakers in the house of of representatives have a vote scheduled on light bulbs. coming up in a few minutes we'll have a live report from our washington, d.c. newsroom
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on the burning issue of freedom of choice when it comes to lighting your home. san francisco voters will have two choices for pension reform on the ballot this november. one measure was drafted by mayor ed lee and city labor leaders. the other was written by jeff adachi. just yesterday, adachi dropped off 700 signatures. let's check in with sal. everybody banking out there this morning, sal. >> i would say most people are, dave. we do have some slow traffic out there. as a matter of fact we have slow traffic -- traffic all over the bare. you will see slowing -- over the bay area. you will see some slowing up here. people ask me, what's that building? they are building a new toll plaza. they are gonna tear the old one down after the new one is built. we're looking at 880 northbound
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oakland. we have stop-and-go traffic, especially in hayward. but from hayward, union city and fremont, there is a -- there's also a crash on the dumb barton approach. northbound 280 getting into the west valley. very slow. so is 101. the crash is at the bay front expressway. let's go to steve. a pattern that's gone from one extreme to the other, last week it's about hot temperatures. this week it's about cool temperatures. a very cool week shaping up. a lot of local drizzle. i've seen projections of drizzle about every six hours all the way to the next 48 to 60 hours. we're not done yet. fog, drizzle, cool, breezy. this week looks very cool.
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breezy to windy conditions. through the next five, seven days things look very, very cool. a lot 6 low clouds -- a lot of low clouds. this deepens the fog bank and keeps the zell today breeze. that's the direction the wind is coming from. it's come off the ocean. 50, 52 to 58, san jose. the warmest at 589. concord is only 56. san jose started at 56, we'll go 66 at noon and only 72 for a high. a refreshing cool breeze. i have no 80s down to gilroy and -- i only have 70s.
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there's the system starting to figure it. it might even swing in some clouds for mendocino county, so the low, overcast, drizzle, fairly in place. the cooling inland continues as that system drops 234, it gives us an extremely cool pattern for july. probably wednesday, thursday i would think we will level off. there will be some areas that about -- that were 100 a week ago that will be struggling to get out of the 80s. san mateo >> south san francisco and in the city, low clouded -- low
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clouds, fog and rule through thursday and then slight warming toward the weekend. >> all right. time now 8:10. the family of a teenager in orinda who was buried under a sandcastle are hoping he will be breathing on his own soon. he was accidentally buried for about ten minutes on june 25th. yesterday, doctors performed a very sessionst special breathing surgery to try to control his breathing -- breeding and -- breathing and feeding. doctors will try 20 wean him off the breathing and feeding tubes and hope to avoid infection. his father said the surgery went very well. pg&e has filed a new legal claim in the san bruno explosion who they think should pay por the damages.
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we have plenty of fog, low clouds, drizzle. highs today struggle for many. 50, 60s, even inland areas will be in the 70s. all right. steve. thank you.
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8:14. happening right now, live in outer space, here we are in space. this is the final spacewalk of nasa's space shuttle era happening as we speak. i am trying to spot them right there. they are out there right now. the two astronauts have been on the spacewalk for about two and a half hours, they are resteving, among other things, a broken ammonia pump from the outside. the scientists want to see how the exterior has been able to hold up to the effects of outer space. well, nasa is inviting you to share a vir 67ual barbecue with the drew of the space shuttle "atlantis" later this week. it's being called a typical all- american meal. nasa sent along some barbecued chicken, baked babies, southwestern corn, cheese, crackers and apple pie with the crew, just for this thursday --
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thursday's dinner. the recipes are on the website just in case you want to join in the party and serve exactly what astronauts are eating. allie rasmus is live with more on why pg&e says they shouldn't have to pay damages to the people affected. >> reporter: eventually -- essentially, this outlines all of the different ways pg&e plans to defend itself against the dozens of lawsuit it cases, is what this document says. here to tell us more is an attorney representing about 40 people who were impacted -- impacted in this. what were the surprising things? >> well, there were ma finings. one is -- were two things. one is that pg&e is not
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responsible for the injuries because we filed too late. that does not make sense because it has not been a year. more surprising is pg&e is blaming the victims for their own injuries. the answer says that pg&e's duty to compensate the victim should be released -- should be reduced because the victims themselves caused their own injuries. >> reporter: it doesn't specifically say this -- 2 uses legal terms. >> it says the victims' recovery should be reduced because they were comparatively negligent, or they were con tributary negligent -- con tributarily negligent. when an accident happens and --
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we know there's no conceivable facts under which the victims themselves could be responsible for their own injuries. >> all right, the attorney here representing some of the victims of the pipeline explosion. i had a chance to briefly speak to pg&e. he says that the -- there is a bit of a misinterpretation of some of the wording in this document. a little later on this morning we're hoping to get him on the record, get him on the phone to address some of the concerns in this document. reporting live in san bruno, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >> time now is 8:18. on capitol hill today, house republicans are trying to save traditional light bulbs. alison burns is following this debate and joins us from our washington, d.c. newsroom with the latest on this. allison? >> reporter: claudine, n mid of this epic budget battle here in washington, it basically has the city as a -- at a standstill. the u.s. house is voting today on what kind of light bulb you
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can use. house republicans are trying to repeal a law that was passed a few years ago that requires more energy-efficient bulbs. that is, it's too expensive for americans to buy the new compact, fluorescent, l.e.k. or -- l.e.d. bulbs. >> you go out and buy light bulbs at 6 bucks a pop, to our voters, mr. speaker, that's real money. >> reporter: but the environment experts say the consumers save money in the long run by replacing their old, inefficient light bulbs. even if this passes today, the prospects in the senate are dim. back to you. 8:19. well, today the first of two funerals for former first lady betty fort will be -- betty
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ford will be had. coming up we'll have a live report from palm desert, where final respects will be made by former presidents and other dignitaries. we're heard that bill clinton will not be there because of mechanical problems with his plan. a new requirement will be in place for gun dealers. gun dealers in california, arizona, new mexico and texas will have to alert the government any time someone buys more than semi-automatic rifles during a five-day period. the goal is to keep those automatic rifles out of the hands of mexican truck cartels. already guns rights, advocates are coming out against this role. an explosive celebration in utah where workers earn high sale numbers. [ cheers ] >> made 'em feel good. last week employers from adaptive computing in provo,
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utah blue up the car that belonged to the vice president in sales. that was the prize for passing their revenue sales. all employees got together and watched that 1995 police bishshy mirage,. >> -- mirage go 7 in flames. a new twist on the idea of splitting california into two states. the proposal that leaves a big part of southern california out. he was a luckryky person who caught derek jeter's 3,000 hit but that man -- but that man may have to pay for gifts he received from the yankees in return for getting the ball back.
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. a several county supervisor is proposing an idea to split california into two states. jeff stone, a republican, wants 13 conservative southern california counties to join together and form south california. the new state would not include the more liberal los angeles county. the riverside county board of supervisors will vote on that proposal today. and california college students may soon have to pay more money to go to class. there are two votes on fee hikes scheduled for this week. coming up in 15 minute, pam cook's gonna be here with more on how high tuition could go.
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8:24. he was 5 lucky fan -- he was the lucky fan that caught derek jeter's 3,000 hit. there he is. gave the ball back. it was handsomely rewarded by the yankees. autographed jerseys, box seats. now is turns out he may have to pay taxes on that. about $50,000. tax experts stay that care is -- carries a tax responsibility of about $14,000. if you are getting ready to head out the door, wait a second. you will want to bait for sal. he has the traffic for you. >> hi there. we have very traffic. you can see northbound 280 very slow up to highway 17. it slows way down into
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cupertino. 85 is no real option. this morning's commute has been slow. parts of the dumb bar toon bridge, you are looking at your alternative. this would bed san mateo bridge. loo it looks pretty good getting out to the high rise. if you are driving -- we mentioned the accident on the dumbarton bridge approach. that's very slow. we just showed you the san mateo bridge. hayward itself, that traffic looks pretty good. it's improving heading down to fremont. let's go to steve. low clouds. temperatures continue to favor the school pattern. there is a lot 6 gray over the bay as we like to say -- there is a lot of grayert bay. some has produced measurable amounts. san francisco! oakland had a couple of tweets. even light mist out to la fayette or orinda.
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the testimony rotating around the -- the system rotating around and the low responsibility for that may give clouds. temperatures are still in the 50s. last week at 24 time we had 70s. not now. that low, as longs as it sits up there, it will be kept really cool for july. afternoon highs -- afternoon highs, 50s, 60s and 70s. that's it. there will be additional serving. after that, maybe a slight rebound, but there's really no sign of any warmup until late in the weekend and early next week. the price of going to college may go up again here in the bay area and around the stay. the vote today that may force cal state -- cal date students to pay more for their tuition. and firefighters pull a mother and her baby girl from
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apartment, both of them had to be treated for smoke inhalation. police in orrin dah trying to spread the -- eye rin dah trying to spread -- orinda trying to spread the word about break-ins. 24 man is trying to use a steelen atm card. burglars flock on the doors to see if anybody is home. if someone answer, they pretend to be making a delivery to an unknown neighbor. the police are advising residents to be vigilant. there is now a $100,000 reward in the search for michelle le. she was last seen 46 days ago at kaiser's hayward medical center. hayward police are investigating this as a homicide. they are also organizing two search parties this coming
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friday and saturday. an autistic boy was renight -- was rentedded with his family -- was reunited with his family. friends and family quickly made fliers and began searching the neighborhood. we were there with the news that garza had been found. >> oh, my god. oh, thank you. >> police say surveillance video from a nearby greyhound bus station showed garza buying a ticket to hollywood. his family said he wanted to a meet -- to meet his favorite tv shows. he was pictured 7 by the los angeles police department when he got off the bus at the san fernando valley station. at midnight, san jose detectiveses arrived to pick him up. saving for college? well, keep saving. today there is an important vote that could mean higher costs for higher education in california. trustees for the california state university system will
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vote on a 12% fee hike today. that would raise tuition by nearly $300 per semester, making it more than 5400 a year to attend a csu campus. we don't know yet if that increase would start right away this fall or next spring. if approved, this would take effect this fall. that would make tuition at a uc school 12 t 200 a year. -- $12,200 a year. this comes as the chancellor is proposing a pay hike. the outgoing president earned $299,000. the new president could earn $350,000 a year. 8:33. traffic is, once again, moving on the northbound lanes of
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interstate 280 in san francisco after a fatal crash. a pedestrian was hit around 3:00 this morning. the chp says a passing motorist reported someone walking on the road before the accident. but when officers arrived on the scene, the car had hit the unidentified personned a skilled them. the chp is investigating. an suv with a mother and daughter crashed into a san mateo fire station. 24 all happened at 11:00 friday night on deanza boulevard. the suv finally stopped after completely pushing in the garage door. fortunately nobody inside was hurt. the ambulance rushed a mother to the hospital with unknown injuries. 8:34. well this, morning, police in american canyon are searching for a thief who bloke into a house a couple of hours ago. a woman there says she woke up, found a man standing in her bedroom. he case inned -- escaped with a cell phone and possibly some food. police say they are
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investigating. a search for 5 san anselmo man has been called off. they say david pots was knocked 23450 a blow hole saturday afternoon. take a look. this is youtube video. very impress i.v. >> the search was called off last night after three days of searching. rescuers chased challenging conditions like the rough waters there and poor visibility. he was on vacation what his wife an baby. a couple in mountain view came home -- came home just as their apartment was being burglarized. police say they left the apartment at around 2:45 a.m. and returned 45 minutes later. they heard noises coming from the bedroom. when they went to investigate, the bedroom was was open -- the bedroom door was open and the
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blinds were off. nearly two dozen firefighters are getting their jobs back thanks to a $15 million federal grant that will allow the fire department too -- to 22 of the 49 firefighters. the department says it will fill the remaining 27 open with transers -- openings with transfers. well, family, friends and dignitaries will be -- will say goodbye to former first lady betty fort. she passed away -- betty ford. she passed away last week. sandra endo is live where a private memorial will start for her in about three hours. sandra? >> reporter: that's right, dave. honoring bettied for's life, legacy, her -- honoring betty ford's life, and her legacy, all coming here to pay their
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respects. the national tribute honoring elizabeth betty fort will take place at st. margaret's miss pi search. this is also where republic was -- president bush was eulogized. this is where they can say fare well. the 934-year-old passed away surrounded by friends and family. leaving behind one of the best known rehabilitation centers in the nation. as far as i'm concerned, beatty ford did save my wife. >> thousands of mourners are expected to pay their respects for mrs. ford while her body lies in repose. in a private memorial, mrs. fort will be eulogized by another former first lady,
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rosalynn carter. who maintained -- roslyn carter, who maintained an enduring friendship long after they left the white house. >> it was a very, very friendship, one that was very dear to mrs. ford. delivering her eulogy, that meant a great, great deal to her. >> reporter: and then she will be flown to grand rapids and will be laid to rest, next to her husband, the 38th president. back to you. >> thank you. 8:38. a new "usa today" report is out that says there's bunch -- there's been a big jump in scream. the study shows, this is four times the national average. the philadelphia airport neighborhoods are the worst. for training station, the ones in los angeles, chicago, and philadelphia are described as
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the -- as the most dangerous. 8:38. andlets head right to sal cross cross who is watching contra costa county for us. >> all right. it's pretty busy out there in contra costa county if you are driving on highway 4, it's eased up a little bit. but now 680 southbound son way from walnut creek to alamo. there is a minor accident and a lot of slow traffic on interstate 880. it begins to flow south of highway 4. if you are driving on 24, it's not all that bad to the tunnel and then the dumbarton bridge approach because of an earlier crash, very slow. you might want to use the san mateo bridge instead. let's go to some live pictures. bay bridge also getting -- i would say it's getting a little better but not much. and then in san jose, 280ment, very slow, coming around the corner to the v 101 and the 5 are also slow. sal, thank you, sir.
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some sun. for some it will be a very slow process before the burnoff occurs. a strong is system in oregon is swinging in bands of clouds. the some of them could be produced up north. overall, it's a cool pattern. low clouds, drizzle. and then patchy low clouds beginning -- beginning to pull back when the temperatures get that cool inland, it kind of loses the support. but it's there. the big valley out there has a westerly breeze. 53 to 58 or 59.
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that 581 in jay. 53 in san francisco. san jose starting off with some clouds. 66, 72 for a high today. that 66 is at noon. sunny, breezy. that will be 5 cool breeze. right there. its cool for july. fog, sun, windy at times. afternoon highs far below average. we went with one 80 in clearlake. i don't think ukiah will make it. saint helene knauss, 77. pet lama, 72. 74 napa -- petaluma, 72. 74 napa. danville, santa rosa, 74. oakland, berkeley, 62.
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hayward only 67. 78 for morgan hill. fog, sun, breezy and even cooler as we go into thursday. it looks like a slight rebound inland as we head to the weekend. 8:41. death threats against the jury. what a juror from the casey anthony trial is doing to protect herself. and how baseball star roger clemens will defend himself as his perjury trial gets underway. >> reporter: pg&e sex plaining how it may defend itself dozens -- itself against dozens of lawsuits. coming up we'll explain what is in the legal filed and why some residents are so upset about it.
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the dow is up 28 points. things have been mixed. we's still watching italy. the, the third largest economy. it looks like they may need help managing the debts. another meeting in d.c. other the debt ceiling. no compromise deafer -- over the debt ceiling.
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no compromise yet. amazon has thousands of affiliates in california, until last week. that's when a new tax law requiring amazon and other is e- tailers to collect sales tax. so it cut its ties regarding business. 8:456789 let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following right now -- the half brother of afghan president ham mid karzai was assassinated today. reportedly ahmed karzai was helled by someone on his staff. he 4 on calmed the most powerful man in -- called the most powerful man in southern afghanistan. later today, president obama will once again sit down with leaders trying to reach a dealing on the debt ceiling. and washington's -- and b.a.r.t.'s committee will meet
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about the shooting last week. that shooting triggered this protest. pg&e has filed a new legal claim that outlines the defense for the san bruno explosion. allie rasmus just spoke with an attorney for the victims of the explosion about what surprised him most about pg&e's claim. ailfully. >> reporter: well, we are in the -- in the area where the pipeline exploded. if you look around. there's a lot of construction activity. you can hear saws and hammers. meanwhile, some of the residents ares affected by the explosion have been suing pg&e for what happened that day. >> now we are looking at how -- at how pg&e plans to defend it of s -- plans to defend itself. he says there are more than 30 defenses outlined in a document followed by pg&e about a week
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ago. he and some people of san bruno are particularly upset about two of those defenses in that filing. one is that the san bruno residents waited too long to sue pg&e. this explosion happened in september. laugh year. another line of defense uses a legal term that can be interpreted that the victims of the blast are in some way responsible. >> this is the opportunity for the corporation to take responsibility for what is done. to stand up and say, the explosion is our fault and we're gonna take care of these people and instead they are not -- they are not. they are blaming their victims. i also spoke to someone from pg&e briefly to get the company's response to those concerns. a representative from pg&e says he will talk to #us to address the concerns about some of the items in this document. he will talk to us a little late own this morning. we'll have more on the story on the ktvu channel 2 news at noon. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2
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news. 8:48. the perjury trial of roger clemons is about to start in washington. we're fining out more about his defense strategy. the lawyer for the baseball star says he will question into whether the investigation into the alleged use of steroids was proper. the jury is about to be picked some die today. is. he's charged with giving false system about three years ago. last year's all-star game in anaheim. it sold out -- sold out early. but july in arizona for the game? that could be a tough sell torsessians -- a tough sell for
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those people not from arizona. 8:49. one of the jurors in the casey anthony murder trial says she's getting death threats and has moved out of california. many are upset a jury convicted her at the jury number 12 says she lives in fear -- number says she lives in hear -- fear. the judge plans to release names after a cool-ing -- a cooling-off period. >> i just want to take a moment out of my day and let you know about the marine marine corps ball. >> that's sergeant cross from his base in afghanistan. he posted this video on youtube asking this actress to accompany hill. i was told about the interview from fox news.
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she's sitting there with justin timber lake and he gave her some advice by she gave her answer. >> this needs to happen. >> i will do it for you. >> do it for you -- do it for your country. >> she was she was lacked and surprised by the invitation but she has agreet to go. the marin corps ball -- knew now we're hearing the. system cia is? , the new york times says the pakistani doctor who ran the sisers had temporary asit. the p! -- a -- who ran the --
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had temporary assistance. 44 are dead. it happened yesterday. students were coming back from a football tournament when the driver lost control of the bus. the bangladesh navy responded for rescue efforts. we're told 15 of the children survived a lie. tonight, your season ten americans are -- are taking a visit to the oakland. ♪ >> reporter: james durbin from the bay area is also part of the tour. he says fans will gonna be treated to a very exciting show. >> wow. 8:52. well, group john and living social, they have -- groupon and living social. the new launch by google.
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welcome back. time now 8:55. the coupon websites have new competition. starting today, google is launching google offers available in san francisco and oakland. like groupon and living social, it will give special deals with local business officers -- goes
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offers. until now they had just been testing. they plan toke span too several other cities very soon. new reports of the nfl lockout reportedly the nfl and the players association will soon reach an agreement that can be ratified during league meetings next week. we're less than two weeks away from the scheduled opening of some of the teams' trainling -- training camps. scary day yesterday during the home run derby. a fan almost fell. there you can. sees keith he. he stood on a -- that's colt. he stood to reach the ball. he was heading for a very hard landing but his brother and a few other helped him hang on' dangled. pictures show just how close he
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was to call -- was to falling. his fall came the same day as the fan who died in the attacks rainingers dead -- rangers dead who fell. ticket 2s day, billy field the musical tickets. to enter go to scroll down to the "right now" tab and put in the secret word "ballet." let's go to sal one more time. hi, sal. >> yes. my mic is on. i had a little moment of panic there. traffic on 880 northbound pretty busy here getting up to 66. no major problems. you will see some problems. it's i -- its improving at the dash it's improving at the bay
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bridge. 280 and 101 very slow. 101 remains slow up to town. now let's go to steve. well, 5 lot of low clouds, some -- a lot of low clouds, some sun. 60s 70s. we've had a lot of drizzle. i think we'll have more tonight and tomorrow. after that, we should start to see slightly warmer temperatures. but this is a very chilly temperature week for us. >> okay. bundle up. thank you, steve. >> you bet. thanks for spending your morning with us. we'll see you back here at noon. >> bye now.
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FOX July 12, 2011 7:00am-9:00am PDT

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TOPIC FREQUENCY Oakland 21, California 14, Us 11, Ktvu 9, Washington 9, San Francisco 8, U.s. 7, Sal 6, Orinda 6, San Mateo 6, Dave 4, Casey Anthony 4, Allie Rasmus 4, San Jose 4, San Bruno 4, Marin City 4, D.c. 4, Nasa 3, Sherr 3, Obama 3
Network FOX
Duration 02:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 93 (639 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 704
Pixel height 480
Sponsor Internet Archive
Audio/Visual sound, color

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